In Real Time

3.24.2013

This is a tiny project I worked on and you can see that it was very quickly done, too.


 I started with this silver colored clock and I want you to notice the time.

 Then I grabbed my little can of Gilders Paste in Inca Gold and my brush.

 I brushed the gold over the silver. Now look at the time again after the first coat.

Then later in the day I put a second coat on and called it done.

This is part of a room update I am working on. 
The first coat was done in five.


I have used this little can of guilders paste on several things and still have a lot.

I bet I have you looking around at possible victims to transform.

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Hope you have a great week!

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33 comments:

  1. Great, quick change Kim:)

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  2. What a lovely transformation! That stuff is so fun to play with :) Can't wait to see the rest of the room!

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  3. Wow! Love! Very creative.
    Greetings from Poland.
    Fell free to visit me :)

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  4. loved it to start with, but the gold highlights really make it extra special!

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  5. Kim, the clock looks great in its new coat. '-)

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  6. Very pretty Kim! I have never used gilders paste. It looks like it would be similar to rub n buff. I may have to get me some of this. Your clock is cute!

    Jennifer @ Decorated Chaos
    http://decoratedchaos.blogspot.com

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  7. I have never heard of that paste. The cock looks terrific!!! Love the gold. XO, Pinky

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  8. Very pretty clock, Kim. I love the new color.

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  9. Well, isn't that cute...and quicker than I can wash my hair! (seriously) xo Diana

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  10. Pretty Kim! Such a fast easy and fast project!
    xx
    Anne

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  11. You have a way with a paint brush! Neat!

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  12. Beatiful,Kim. I love quick changes.

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  13. what a transformation, looks beautiful!

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  14. Such a clever post~ love your real time change!

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  15. That stuff is magic, I have used it on quite a few things. The clock looks fabulous. Hugs, marty

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  16. I love it!! What a cute piece. Erica
    ericasrunningjourney.blogspot.com

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  17. Wow... as always, I am in awe. The clock looks great! Do you ever sit down?

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  18. It is a sweet clock...even before the transformation....I like the change though...good job! as always!

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  19. Nicely done. You have so many wonderful ideas.

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  20. This is so cute! Can't wait to see the rest.

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  21. Wow....loved the transformed look..:)

    pet meds

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  22. I think I need a jar of that stuff! I love a quick transformation!

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  23. That turned out cute Kim! That paste looks interesting. I have to check it out.

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  24. Kim,

    This came out great. I love the technique.

    Cynthia

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  25. I've never used a gilding paste before but love what you did with it. I'll have to try it someday soon. Have a great week!

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  26. I have been wanting to get some of that paste to have on hand for when the 'must-embellish' mood hits! looks great on your clock!

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  27. I remember when you used it on a frame and I loved it too. I need to find my victim :) so I have the proper excuse to buy it! Cute clock!

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  28. Love it.....I have been experimenting with Chalk paint thanks to all your inspirational projects. Victims so far..candlesticks, picture frames, a large wooden letter and my latest victims...clay pots painted and distressed to look weathered......it's addicting!

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  29. I have never seen gilder's paste. What a quick transformation.

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  30. You took that clock from a "simply stated" look to elegance!...got to get me some of that guilder's paste!!!...Looks amazing!!

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  31. Gorgeous! Oh, I love your clock... I want to add a mantel clock to our mantel in the living room! I'm on the hunt. ;-)

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